Cybersecurity and data protection: assessing risk, managing liability
Security of personal data is a key requirement of the GDPR, and there have already been large fines for lack of security in various EU countries. What are regulators requiring today, and what do you as an organisation need to do? And how can you use information security assessment toolkits to help assess data protection risk? Together we will also talk about data breaches, ethical hacking, cybersecurity as a justification for processing personal data, and what happens to all information that is not personal data.
Privacy, Governance & Risk Management
Peter Craddock is a lawyer at NautaDutilh in Brussels, where he heads the Data Protection, Cybersecurity and IT law team. His unique combination of legal expertise and experience as a software developer allows him to provide targeted advice to SMEs and global players in a manner that reconciles business, technical and regulatory requirements. He has extensive experience handling complex projects in the fields of privacy and data protection, cybersecurity, e-commerce, software contracting and procurement, and the outsourcing of IT services. Peter has assisted in the development of various tools for clients, particularly in the fields of data protection and cybersecurity.